Christmas Day Musical Brunch

The best place to visit after the Christmas presents unboxing is The Mozart. For the Christmas Day, we have prepared a musical brunch that you can visit after or before your festive stroll through the center of festive Prague. During the musical accompaniment, you will enjoy a wide range of international dishes that are perfect for the whole family. We will have a children's corner for our youngest guests.

Price per adult: 1789 CZK

Child up to 12 years old get 50% discount

LIVE STATIONS

Our Christmas music brunch can be enjoyed on the 1st Christmas Day on December 25 from 12 PM to 4 PM


meat

ROAST BEEF, LAMB RACK, ROASTED TURKEY, PRAGUE HAM

CRANBERRY SAUCE

TRUFFLE SAUCE

RED WINE SAUCE

SEAFOOD

FRESH OYSTERS, PRAWNS, LOBSTER, CAVIAR

HOME MADE CITRUS MAYO

VINAIGRETTE

VEGETABLES

SAUTEED VEGETABLES

MASHED POTATOES

SALADS

BREAD

BAGUETTE

FOCACCIA

OLIVE, TOMATO, ONION BREAD

SWEETS

MACARONS

BABOVKA

PANETTONE


Price per adult: 1789 CZK

Child up to 12 years old get 50% discount

For more information or reservations please contact our Restaurant Manager Radim Kovařík via email radim.kovarik@themozart.com 


What does the year 1789 mean to us?

Jan Josef Pachta was known as a great lover of music and supporter of musical life and culture in Prague. He even had his own orchestra and regularly held concerts and dance parties in his house. Once the royal palace of the Pachta family hosted such luminaries as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798), Richard Wagner (1813-1883) or Alfons Mucha (1860-1939). Richard Wagner was also the private piano teacher of the Pachta daughters for about a year. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his wife Constanze were regular guests of the Count. Mozart believed that he had finally found his orchestra in Prague, and so he came here often in his later years. During one of his stays at Pachtuv Palace, Mozart was symbolically imprisoned by the Count (in what is now Signature Suite 213 - the Mozart Suite) because he had promised to compose several dance pieces for him on several occasions. Left with a few sheets of parchment and ink, after several hours Mozart finally completed his famous 6 German Dances, K. 509.

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